The security is a very important feature of any table mainly because when there are multiple people that require access. Any of these people may only need access to a specific table to edit the information and placing limitations on this access enables the database manager to maintain better control of any of the sensitive information as well as to ensure that the data is accurate and integrity. I think a class scheduler, for example, would only need access to the table that has the times and the dates for a specific class or classes.
For this person, it is most likely one of the few with information to edit or make accurate changes to the table. Second, if they have a specific job as the schedule, they most likely wouldn’t require access to other tables. Therefore, by closing access to the other tables in the database, it can be definitively distinguished that the information has the altered or changed any of the other information besides from what they have access to.
However, I think by utilizing methods such as SQL Data Control Language (DCL) commands, assignments can be given to configure both the security and integrity constraints of the database. Also, it makes sure that these commands ensure that all data remains secure and consistent. When access to certain databases is requested I believe that the mixed authentication is the best method to use. The mixed mode will enable both Windows Authentication and SQL Server Authentication by creating a more robust security layer.
For instance, a Username and password is required for selection which will need to be uniquely identifiable to that specific user and it also contains multiple characters in it. It will ensure that the operating system token along with the username and password is required every time access is requested into a database.
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There are a lot of pros and cons that are associated with using this method. One of the disadvantages would be for instance if a user has es…